Centerville, Ohio — Centerville star big man Mo Njie announced on Twitter and Instagram that we will playing a post grad year at DME Sports Academy in Florida. Njie had multiple division one offers lined up from schools such as Dayton, Toledo, Providence, Xavier, and VCU. He also had interested from other division one schools. This move may come as a surprise to some people as many people thought Njie would go to one of those schools that offered him.
Mo led the Elks this season off and on the court. It was obvious that he was their leader from watching their pregame huddle to their on-court play. Mo missed some time during the season with a foot injury that came during Centerville’s Flyin’ to the Hoop matchup against AZ Compass. During the games that he missed, Centerville was not the same team. They picked up losses to Trotwood-Madison, Wayne, and Fairmont.
Njie averaged 10.2 points per game this season for the Elks, which was second only behind freshman star Gabe Cupps. His leadership and physical play on the court will be missed for Centerville next season as they will have to look to replace the 6’9″ star.
DME will play Florida Coastal Prep, which is the future home of Beavercreek guard Chris Herbort. The two will play each other twice next season.
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